Exogenous hormones impact the gland responsible for producing that particular hormone, which inhibits its regeneration. For example, the beta-cells in the pancreas will not be able to fully regenerate while a patient is undertaking insulin therapy. Furthermore, synthetic cortisol-based medications, such as prednisone prevent the adrenals from gaining strength. Hormones

With the use of organotherapy and whole food concentrates, it is possible to restore optimal glandular function so that sufficient quantities of needed hormones can be produced by the body itself. Men who have taken anabolic steroids are still able to restore hormonal balance and return their testicles to a healthy state. Women who have been declared infertile by an allopathic medical doctor can start cycling regularly and eventually conceive with the use of whole food concentrates. Those with thyroid hormone imbalances can restore their thyroid gland so that hormone replacement therapies are no longer required.


I recall the first girl I fell in love with. She had eyes that sparkled from a mile away, hair that shone like silk, and a smile that made my heart melt. Her teeth were extremely straight, which I now suspect was due to eating organ meats similar to native people — but more likely attributed to excellent orthodontic care. Even though we attended the same English class, I never had the confidence to ask her for her phone number, let alone help proofreading my papers. Although I caught glimpses of her in the dining commons, I never said a word to her, not even a smile to indicate my interest. A few years after we graduated, I was formally introduced to her by a mutual friend. On our first date, a spark was lit. We spoke on the phone for hours at a time and it felt like I had known her for years. Then one evening, we sat in my car.

Each year:

  • Over 700,000 cholecystectomies (gallbladder removals) are performed.
  • Nearly 600,000 tonsillectomies (lymph tissue removals) are performed.
  • Over 600,000 hysterectomies (uterus and/or ovary removals) are performed
  • Over 400,000 prostatectomies (prostate removals) are performed
  • Many splenectomies (spleen removals) and thyroidectomies (thyroid removals) are performed.

There are times when surgical removal of an organ is completely necessary. More often than not, however, an organ’s inability to regenerate merely indicates a long-standing nutritional deficiency, resulting in chronic dysfunction. Removing an organ without the replacement of a healthy substitute is blatant neglect by the allopathic profession. The removed organs served multiple vital functions for that person. The spleen aids in the maturation and storage of red blood cells, lymphocytes, monocytes and platelets, assists in wound healing and maintains normal calcium levels in the blood. Without a spleen, the body has difficulties performing these functions.

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